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Randy Buttsex

Randy Buttsex

Randy Buttsex


Virginia's Randy Buttsex was a staple of the "real" underground by the time he recorded his first CD, "Up the Arsenal," in 2003. Recorded (according to Randy) entirely on a 1980 Sears stereo, "Arsenal" enjoyed underground success for the young Christless label, establishing Randy as one of scumrock's premier artists. From the moody opener, "Dark Side of Town" to the riotous "Randy Buttsex Now!", "Up the Arsenal" was a lo-fi punk tour de force, helping pave the way for a new breed of acoustic punk musicians. Read more on Last.fm
Virginia's Randy Buttsex was a staple of the "real" underground by the time he recorded his first CD, "Up the Arsenal," in 2003. Recorded (according to Randy) entirely on a 1980 Sears stereo, "Arsenal" enjoyed underground success for the young Christless label, establishing Randy as one of scumrock's premier artists. From the moody opener, "Dark Side of Town" to the riotous "Randy Buttsex Now!", "Up the Arsenal" was a lo-fi punk tour de force, helping pave the way for a new breed of acoustic punk musicians. The influential Mr.

Buttsex, occasionally dubbing himself "Dirt Road Randy," returned in 2007 with an electric EP ("The Guerrilla Punk Experiment") and an acoustic tribute to scumrock icon GG Allin ("Shitfaced"). His oft-banned stage show is a sight to behold, a series of fire stunts, wrestling theatrics, and Allin-esque sleaze. Randy continues today, releasing music through assorted online resources, and plans several CD and DVD projects for 2008 and 2009. Read more on Last.fm.

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